Lars Von Retriever has returned with a new video and this time Vladimir Putin is singing MEGADETH‘s “Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good!“
“Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good!“ is a title track from MEGADETH‘s debut studio album, released in 1985.
Some of his other mashups:
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings PANTERA’s ‘War Nerve’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings METALLICA’s ‘Welcome Home (Sanitarium)’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings PANTERA’s ‘Cowboys From Hell’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings AC/DC’s ‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’
This DONALD TRUMP And JOE BIDEN Mashup Of DROWNING POOL’s ‘Bodies’ Is Brilliant
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings MEGADETH’s ‘Tornado Of Souls’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings SLIPKNOT’s ‘People = Sh*t’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE’s ‘Killing In The Name’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings SLAYER’s ‘Epidemic’
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing SEPULTURA’s ‘Roots Bloody Roots’
- DONALD TRUMP Sings MEGADETH’s ‘Symphony Of Destruction’ (Video)
- Watch TRUMP Singing IRON MAIDEN’s ‘The Trooper’
- Here’s TRUMP Singing RAMMSTEIN’s ‘Du Hast’
- DONALD TRUMP Singing SLAYER’s ‘Raining Blood’ Is The Best Thing Ever
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing MEGADETH’s ‘Holy Wars’, And It’s Amazing
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing SYSTEM OF A DOWN’s ‘Chop Suey’
- Here’s Donald Trump Singing METALLICA’s ‘Master Of Puppets’
- Watch TRUMP Singing PANTERA’s ‘Walk’
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings SLAYER’s ‘Angel Of Death’
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing MEGADETH’s ‘Peace Sells’ (Video)
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing PANTERA’s ‘No Good (Attack The Radical)’ (Video)
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings METALLICA’s ‘Seek And Destroy’
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing MOTÖRHEAD’s ‘Ace Of Spades’ (Video)
- Here’s DONALD TRUMP Singing TOOL’s ‘Intolerance’ (Video)
- Watch DONALD TRUMP Sings PANTERA’s ‘5 Minutes Alone’
During a recent new interview with Metal Rules, bassist David Ellefson discussed on when fans can hear new MEGADETH music.
“We were preparing to do some of that last year, and things turned into the 30th anniversary of Rust In Peace. This record has been simmering, and the sauce is getting pretty tasty. [Laughs]. It’s an important record, and it really needed that time as a follow-up to [2016’s] Dystopia. We went into this one, being pretty hard on ourselves. With MEGADETH, we do not want to repeat ourselves. We don’t sound like anyone else, and we are pretty tough on ourselves not to repeat a lyric, a riff, a melodic line, or structure from our past.
“That is where we get very critical to keep raising the bar on ourselves. We are 16 albums in, and there are only 12 notes on the scale. [Laughs]. We have sung a lot of words on a lot of topics. The first thing I’m sure people wanted to write is a COVID or a pandemic song, which is so obvious that I’m sure we will see a ton of records about that next year. The biggest thing now for us is touring this summer; we are told it will happen. As the tour happens, that unlocks the process of releasing new songs for the next record.”
He also discussed the additional pressure on MEGADETH to deliver on the new album with its current lineup. “Dave [Mustaine, guitar/vocals], Kiko [Loureiro, guitar] and I have made a record before, but Dirk Verbeuren is new on drums,” he said. “Dirk was a weapon in the arsenal that we really wanted to maximize. The drumming in MEGADETH has been held to a very high standard, with Gar Samuelson, Nick Menza, Jimmy DeGrasso and Chris Adler, as we have had some of the best in the business.
“Dirk is a guy who is a great writer who writes riffs and drum parts, and it was fun to push him to do things that were almost insanely impossible to play but were easy for him,” Ellefson continued. “It’s great to have guys in the band that you can put anything in from of them, and they can play. That takes things to another level. We listened to all the tracks and were blown away. We could have released it as an instrumental CD, and it would be an amazing prog-metal record. It was enjoyable to listen to. I have learned a lot from making our MEGADETH records over the years as it’s always this building process.
“It was a laborious and painstaking process in the beginning of writing songs, with the exception of Peace Sells. Those songs didn’t write themselves sitting in a room with everybody jamming. It was always built with bits and pieces, like putting the blocks in place to build a wall that would eventually would become a house. This band works differently than four guys getting into a room and jamming during a couple of afternoons to complete a record.”
MEGADETH‘s rescheduled “Metal Tour of the Year” with LAMB OF GOD, plus special guests TRIVIUM and IN FLAMES should hopefully kick off later this year. Tickets and dates for the tour can be find here.